- Finance Minister Tito Mboweni was on the receiving end of purely savage replies recently when he posted a meal
- 'Chef Tito' made himself a lovely home-cooked chow consisting of mopane worms
- SAns took the opportunity to judge Mboweni's cooking skills as they followed his mopane worm journey
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is back with another meal. Once again he shared his unique take on a local delicacy, mopane worms. The minister doused his meal in tomatoes, onions and garlic cloves.
South Africans are roasting him more than he roasted the worms. From the frying pan to the dinner table, Tito served up a decent meal for himself but he was definitely not safe from the SA Twitter savagery.
'Chef Tito' remains unfazed by the comments he receives about his cooking as he continues to share his daily meal expeditions.
Take a look at the minister's tweet below:
Staying away from the savage comments is a hard feat. Take a look at some of the less, yet still crazy roasting the minister and his edible caterpillars received below:
@LetukaMolati responded with:
"How is the taste like? I always look at the worms as a scary meal, not a delicacy."
"Looks like you stay in this house alone."
"Did you finally make it to @somizi Sir, in case you wanted to cook something different from Limpopo cuisine??"
"Hope that meal doesn't attack you."
"I think there's always a service delivery protest in your stomach leader... Your stomach is tired of poor cooking skills. Let's hope there are no tyres in the stomach or else tonight you won't sleep as there would be serious protests."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that the minister had cooked up a storm with mopane worms. Before he began his journey to a delicious meal, Tito asked his followers to vote on mopane worms or pilchards. From his follow-up tweet, it is clear that South African tweeps chose the edible caterpillar.
Tito proceeded to share a few more tweets about his late-night dinner. From the food cooking on the stove all the way to an empty plate on his dining room table, he made sure that SA tweeps were part of his journey.
As expected, Mzansi tweeps took to the replies section to pull Tito's leg. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top tweets under Tito's various posts.
"Let the kitchen massacre begin."
"That stove must get a protection order against you."
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